Adding to My Indigenous Reading List

2017-07-25T11:31:33+00:00

When I was musing on the possibilities for a reading list of indigenous authors, almost all of my favourites were fiction (just one memoir and some poetry snuck in). It just happened! But halfway through the reading year, I read the Summary Report of the Truth and Reconcilation Committee with my reading for

Adding to My Indigenous Reading List 2017-07-25T11:31:33+00:00

MOONSHOT: The Indigenous Comics Collection (2016)

2016-09-27T11:02:05+00:00

"There is no single homogenous native identity and MOONSHOT is an extensive exploration of the vast variety of indigenous storytelling in North America," explains Hope Nicholson. That's editor Hope Nicholson: she and Andy Stanleigh work hard at AH Comics (Alternative History Comics) to make room on the page for voices which

MOONSHOT: The Indigenous Comics Collection (2016) 2016-09-27T11:02:05+00:00

Canadian Book Challenge (10th Edition): Indigenous Writers

2016-08-12T12:26:45+00:00

Even though the challenge officially begins on July 1 -- and ends on the last day of the following June -- it's not too late to join The Book Mine Set's Canadian Books Challenge. This year is the tenth event, and John has calculated thousands of books reviewed for past

Canadian Book Challenge (10th Edition): Indigenous Writers 2016-08-12T12:26:45+00:00

Audrey Thomas’ Short Stories

2014-03-17T14:27:34+00:00

Audrey Thomas has been nominated twice for the Governor General's Award (for Intertidal Life and Coming Down from Wa, in 1984 and 1995). She has won the Ethel Wilson Fiction Prize in three years, including for The Wild Blue Yonder in 1990. She has published ten novels, seven collections of stories,

Audrey Thomas’ Short Stories 2014-03-17T14:27:34+00:00

Jane Urquhart’s Sanctuary Line (2010)

2014-03-13T21:09:51+00:00

Jane Urquhart's Sanctuary Line McClelland & Stewart, 2010 Liz Crane is an entomologist; she studies insects. Specifically butterflies – monarchs. But, more generally, she takes time to examine what others frequently overlook. As a narrator, therefore, her perspective will not be to every reader’s taste. She has also suffered a

Jane Urquhart’s Sanctuary Line (2010) 2014-03-13T21:09:51+00:00